Frequently asked questions

What Is CBD And How Does It Work?

CBD is short for cannabidiol and is one of many useful cannabinoid molecules found in cannabis. CBD works by interacting with your body’s endocannabinoid system (ECS) to provide nutrients to help maintain and regulate your homeostatic system that balances chemical communication between nearly every cell and system in your body.

Why Does CBD Benefit My Hair?

When applying CBD to your hair and scalp helps stimulate normal blood circulation resulting in the promotion of healthy hair growth.

What Happens If You Take CBD Every Day?

In most cases, it’s best to take CBD daily as part of a normal routine. When taking CBD on a daily basis, it’s able to have a more consistent effect due to the routine dosage your body is receiving at regular intervals.

Does CBD Have Noticeable Effects?

In low doses, CBD has noticeable effects of increasing energy and relieving daily stress. While higher CBD dosages help promote normal sleep and much more.

Does CBD Make You Relaxed?

A primary benefit of CBD is its ability to trigger relaxation and smoothing out the stresses of the day. Not only does your body experience the relaxation properties, but your mind also feels the relief in combination.

Can You Take Too Much CBD?

CBD has a high safety profile and even in extremely high dosages, CBD will tend to trigger the more sedative effects and may also induce a few unpleasant side effects such as nausea and diarrhea if you take too much for your body type.

Will CBD Show Up On A Drug Test?

Routine drug tests don’t test for CBD or its metabolite. Drug tests are looking for the psychoactive THC molecule’s metabolite. Even if your CBD says it’s THC-free or has zero THC, make sure to verify there are actually not even trace amounts via the lab test. Small amounts of THC in your CBD oil can potentially cause a positive drug test.

Does CBD Interact With Other Medications?

CBD can interact with several types of medication. Certain enzymes in your liver that break down chemical compounds, including CBD, can alter the concentrations and effectiveness of certain medications that can potentially lead to increased side effects of your prescription medication or other serious issues.

How Do I Know What Dose Of CBD I Should Take?

While everyone has a different required CBD dosage, for different times of the day, it’s best to start with the lowest dosage possible and slowly increase the amount you take until you achieve the result you desire. Start with one or two drops and slowly increase your dosage.

Does CBD Get You High?

CBD is non-psychoactive and will not get you high. CBD products that are legal at the federal level, under the 2018 Farm Bill, require less than 0.3% THC. With such low trace amounts of THC, you will not get high.